Many talk about the right to protect or defend themselves. They automatically think about carrying a gun. But if it came down to it – could you really pull a gun in time if you’re being robbed at gunpoint? How about attacked in the street? The experts say probably not.
But some in local law enforcement think you should know what to do in potentially violent situations.
“I’m just one of those that believes if an individual assaults another human being violently, they deserve a violent response,” Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke said.
Clarke believes you should be ready to defend yourself.
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Many talk about the right to protect or defend themselves. They automatically think about…
by Personal Defense World / May 15, 2013